Do The Spanish Fashion Triumphs in The Goya?

It makes me grace institutions aimed goals ahead of time, because yesterday, prior to testing one by one models the green carpet of the Goya, in the media was sung a hasty victory of Spanish design in the ceremony of the film. If it is true that the Association of fashion creators had signed an agreement with the Academy of Arts and cinematographic Sciences of Spain to avoid diverting attention from the actresses to international firms, its efforts have resulted in a resounding failure because the majority of our interpreters, at least, the most relevant (which went to grab more media attention), they chose foreign designers.

Maribel Verdú, Manuela Velasco, María Leon, Goya Toledo and Clara Lago chose to Christian Dior; María Valverde and Mar Saura to Versace; Penelope Cruz to Chanel and his sister Monica to Roberto Cavalli.

Belén Rueda and Rosana Pastor to Carolina Herrera; Marian Aguilera to Diane Von Furstenberg, Olivia Molina to Azzaro, Elvira Minguez to Maison Martin Margiela, and Nerea Camacho, benjamina of the group, to Philosophy by Alberta Ferretti.

We must keep trying then that national celebrities feel obliged to wear national designers, or be artificial, forced and pathetic maneuvers, and leave them to be what most like?

In Jezebel | Details prior to the green carpet of the Goya